Originally Posted by Vengeance
It's only been 46 years since Mississippi legalized interracial marriage. There is to this day a movement in Mississippi attempting to ban interracial marriage. In fact in 2011 46 percent of likely GOP primary voters openly admitted that interracial marriage should be illegal, while only 40 percent said they think it should be allowed. Another 14 percent said they were unsure. So yes it is still fought against to this day.
that's kinda funny, because I've been to two interracial marriages (white man/black woman and black man/asian woman) and have seen Gov. Haley Barbour there. the head GOP man himself.
say what you will about Barbour (name one single faultless politician and I'll show you some ocean-front property in arizona), but that's a bunch of bull. Why don't you look up the census info on the state of MS. per capita, it has the most interracial marriages.
also, don't believe those polls you see, any of them. especially when you see the population of the poll is only .1% of the population of the area that is being judged by in that poll.